The Ministry of Health and Social Services is notifying travellers from Montserrat to Antigua, of the need to have a negative COVID-19 test prior to travelling.
A pre-travel registration process and other protocols have been implemented by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and the Access Division, for persons traveling to Montserrat.
The Trade and Quality Infrastructure Division, in the Office of the Premier is asking importers to submit applications for import licences to Adena Johnson at the following email address email@example.com. Copies of licences will also be issued electronically. For further enquiries, please call 1 (664) 392-2300. The PDF Application Form is available on the Government of Montserrat website, click on publications, Office of
The Access Division, Office of the Premier is reminding persons traveling from Montserrat to ensure they have a confirmed booking with an international carrier (airline) before you depart Montserrat to avoid delays in Antigua. You are also encouraged to increase your awareness of travel restrictions of the country or countries you are attempting to travel to. Additionally, please be reminded that only
Statement By Premier Joseph E. Farrell On New Government Measures Following 2nd Confirmed COVID-19 Case
My fellow Montserratians, residents, visitors and members of the Press. As promised, I will continue to update you on my Government’s actions as we work through this COVID-19 pandemic together.
FlyMontserrat has flown out nearly 350 passengers in the last week – a record for the year! The airline is now expecting things to get quieter and advises that there might be some disruption to flights.
Countries around the world are are reacting to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by enforcing and altering travel restrictions and the Caribbean islands have also started to follow suit.
On Saturday, March 14, 2020, Premier Joseph Farrell issued a statement which provided strict guidance on public activities on the island of Montserrat due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of this information, the St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2020 was cancelled by default, as restrictions were placed on gatherings in excess of fifty persons (reduced to 25 persons on the